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Follow MPC on Twitter @Metroplanners

As part of MPC's commitment to connect the dots between regional needs, challenges and solutions, and among the individuals and organizations who can help us do that, we're offering another way to stay up-to-date on our work. Twitter users now can receive regular updates from MPC by following @Metroplanners.

Our Twitter profile is one of the many ways we've expanded our online presence and increased the frequency of our updates in the past year. 

  • This blog is updated almost every weekday, with news and opinion from MPC staff members. We encourage people to subscribe to these updates via our RSS feeds.
  • Nearly 600 people receive daily updates via our Metropolitan Planning Council fan page on Facebook -- and, thankfully, they're not shy about sharing their opinions!
  • And, since 2007, MPC’s monthly e-newsletter, Re-Connection, has been providing our core audience with our stance on relevant issues, as well as timely updates about our work. If you don't receive this newsletter, we encourage you to check out our online archive and sign up today. With a growing circulation of approximately 8,500 readers, Re-Connection is sharing our news with more people than ever.

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